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Norman Reedus Hit The CMT Awards To Drink Beer And Talk About Motorcycles

Vroom, chug, sing. Repeat.

"The Walking Dead" has gone a little bit country, ya'll.

Norman Reedus, in true Daryl Dixon form, hopped onto his bike and drove halfway across the whole southeast to hit up the 2015 CMT Awards Wednesday night in Nashville, Tennessee, and he basically stole the whole show with his signature irresistibility.

First, he took the stage to present the prize for Group Video of Year to Lady Antebellum -- but not before he seized his stage time to tell us all about how his long ride helped him understand country music. Or something.

"I wanted to be here so bad tonight, I rode my motorcycle from southern Georgia through Alabama through the mountains of Tennessee and the most beautiful countryside," said Reedus. "And now I fully understand why such beautiful music was written and created in this magical place. Woo!"

As if that weren't spirited enough, he was then captured having a beer in his seat next to Jenna Dewan-Tatum, who wrote, "Sitting next to the baddest of the bad @wwwbigbaldhead."

And that, ladies and gents, is how it is done.